Jim Whitehead wrote:
> Last night I talked to a woman who is raking in the cash with her hot new
> business: pet photographs. People bring Fluffy down to the local pet store,
...and that's how we came to be working on the best-financed standard
project of 2002, PPP4NPCs.
> But, as near as I can tell, they're missing out on all the derivative
> - putting Fluf-fluf's picture up on the Web
> - putting Flufpaws's picture on creatures in Quake
FlufAmp, FlufNokia, FlufCAD, FlufArch, Fluf*Edit and...the kid-marketed
items of the same kind.
> - customizing your browser so it's an animated gif of Flufnose in the
> upper corner, instead of some pulsating corporate icon
In our next episode, Dr. Evil finds Eric Raymond's weakness. No, no, the
> ... and I'm sure I'm missing some.
Stock portfolios named FlufFluf's Ransom.
> Of course, some clients will require a full Web presence for their pet....
I'm not carrying the video server on my ski trip. Let Fifi do it.
In fact, this is where my large-blubbery-pet emporium is going to make
it big; would you put a rack-mount system and fiber head in a mere
full poodle? Will it improve a Pit Bull's mood?
At Condors and Cetaceans, Ltd, PLC, you can narrowcast to people
who weren't about to see artificial materials, let alone browsing gadgets.
I carry the half-meter lens for you, don't I? No? Oh, yeah.
Please endow a W3C (BARC? oh...) chair in your pet's name.
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> > Subject: [Stupid Idea Series] Interactive Videos